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Women's Health: Find Care

Affordable Care for Women

HRSA-funded health centers provide health care on a sliding fee scale. You pay what you can afford, based on your income. Health centers are in most cities and many rural areas. Health centers provide the full range of women's health services, including prenatal and well woman care. More than half of health center patients are female. 

Use Find A Health Center to find the health center closest to you, then phone the health center and make an appointment.

Maternal and Child Health in Your State

Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant to States supports health care services for mothers, women, children and youth, including children and youth with special health care needs, and their families. States use the funds to assure access to quality care, especially for those with low incomes or limited availability of care. 

Learn more and find the contact in your state: Title V Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant Program


Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program provides medical, dental and other care and services to people with HIV/AIDS who do not have health insurance or whose private insurance, Medicaid or Medicare plans don't cover all the services they need. Ryan Part D is a program that provides family-centered care and services for women, infants, children, youth and their families.

Use Find HIV/AIDS Medical Care to find the nearest Ryan White provider, then phone for more information or to make an appointment.

Hospital/Nursing Home Care

About 175 hospitals, nursing homes and other health care facilities are obligated to provide a certain amount of free or reduced-cost care to low-income patients each year through the Hill-Burton program. 

Care at a Hill-Burton obligated facility is not automatically free or reduced-cost. You must apply at the admissions or business office at the obligated facility and be found eligible to receive free or reduced-cost care. You may apply before or after you receive care — you may even apply after a bill has been sent to a collection agency.

Learn more and find out if there is a Hill-Burton facility nearby: Hill-Burton Free and Reduced-Cost Health Care

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